Thursday, May 22, 2008

Being a Jewish Football Manager

Here's the story in a nutshell:-

...[Grant's] thoughts, along with the rest of Chelsea Football Club, should be on trying to help their magnificent captain John Terry recover from his cruel penalty miss.

Faced with a 12-yard kick to earn the team he loves with all his heart the trophy he wants most in the world, Terry heartbreakingly slipped on the treacherous Luzhniki Stadium pitch and screwed his effort against the post and wide.

No sooner had United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar parried Nicolas Anelka's effort than the England defender was crying uncontrollably, unable to be comforted by anyone, even the manager he has learned to respect so greatly.

"John is very sad, he has cried a lot, but we must not forget that we would not be here without him," insisted Grant afterwards.

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